Vinyl enthusiasts and collectors will agree that finding the perfect set-up for your turntables is no easy task. Crates litter the floor of my room, fully stacked with vinyl that I've accumulated over the years. This is definitely not the best way to store records, but it's the easiest way to do so when specific vinyl friendly furniture is scarce. My turntables also take up the whole of my desktop with wires protruding off the sides to find the outlets. It's a common theme for a lot of purists who enjoy listening and DJing with vinyl as opposed to digital formats.
In comes the Turntable Station by Line Phono, the savior for all vinyl lovers around the world. Designed by industry experts and world class architects, it's a game-changer for anyone who's been searching for the best way to store their collection.
Line Phono has crafted their Turntable Station specifically to house records, a turntable, pre-amps, amplifiers and headphones, plus it's compact enough so as to fit in any room, large or small. NYC's own Turntable Lab has announced a Kickstarter for the new piece that launches on September 16th with the first 24 backers receiving their Turntable Station first and at a discounted price.